Apple Cider Vinegar
Studies say that apple cider vinegar (ACV) contains antifungal properties. Using a piece of cloth or cotton, apply ACV on the infected part three times a day to resolve the symptoms of the buni or ringworm.
Based on another study, aloe vera also contains antibacterial and antifungal properties. It will also help to soothe the itchy skin that has fungi.
The acids found in coconut oil are believed to be able to kill fungal cells. Based on some studies, coconut oil is an effective remedy for different skin infections, including ringworm. Apply it to the affected skin three times a day. It can also be used as a lotion to prevent the fungi from spreading.
A spice known for its anti-inflammatory properties, turmeric can be applied as a paste mixed with coconut oil. After applying, leave it until it dries before rinsing or wiping it off.
If ringworm starts to develop, make sure to regularly shower. Before putting on your clothes, dry your skin properly and wear dry, clean underwear, and clothing. It is also helpful to use anti-fungal soap and shampoo especially if the ringworm develops on the scalp or groin area.
Change sheets regularly
Ringworm is highly contagious and the fungi can transfer and quickly spread on bedsheets and pillows. Change of beddings daily prevents the spread effectively.
However, home remedies may not be effective for others, depending on the stage of the condition.